On Friday afternoon in Westminster and Chapel Hill, North Carolina, it was determined that the University of North Carolina will compete in the NCAA Field Hockey Tournament. The top-ranked North Carolina Tar Heels learned their fate late on Sunday night.
For the fourth time in the last five years, the team that won the Atlantic Coast Conference Championship (North Carolina) has been given the top seed in the field for the NCAA Tournament. The unbeaten Tar Heels (17-0) will play all three of this week’s games at Karen Shelton Stadium in Chapel Hill.
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According to the head coach of the University of North Carolina women’s basketball team, Karen Shelton, “We are proud to be one of eighteen teams still practicing this week.”
“I’d like to offer my congratulations to all of the teams that have been successful up to this point. This coming weekend, we will be hosting a game in Chapel Hill, and we will also be playing at least one more game inside our stadium.”
In the first round of the tournament, Delaware and Lehigh will face each other on Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. in Chapel Hill. On Friday at noon, the victor will take on UNC in the game. The other game of the first round will take place at KSS on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. and will feature Saint Joseph’s taking on Wake Forest.
The winner of that match will play the other game’s victor on Sunday at one o’clock in the afternoon. Storrs, Connecticut, will play host to the quarterfinal round of the NCAA tournament on Sunday. The game to determine the winner will be the championship game.
The North Carolina Tar Heels and four other teams from the Atlantic Coast Conference (Wake Forest, Syracuse, Louisville, and Virginia) were given “at-large” spots.
The University of Carolina has participated in the NCAA Tournament for the past 20 years in a row.
The most times North Carolina has competed in the NCAA tournament, as well as the most games they’ve won, is their record (102). including the year 2022 (73).